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34 Trevor Cahill SP
Height/Weight: 6-4/240 | Birthdate: 3/1/1988 | Birthplace: Oceanside, CA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Atlanta | College: No College | MLB Experience: 7 | Salary: $5,500,000 | Owned/Started%: 10/5 | Average Draft Position: 9999
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Braves' Trevor Cahill roughed up in first start of season


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/14/2015) Braves starter Trevor Cahill (0-1) was knocked out of the third inning by the Marlins on Tuesday, giving up four earned runs on five hits and walking three in just 2 1/3 innings to take the loss.

Cahill, the fifth starter in the Braves' rotation, threw 53 pitches in his first start of the season.

Cahill's next scheduled start is Tuesday in New York against the Mets.

Braves' Trevor Cahill throws about 25 pitches in batting practice


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/11/2015) Braves pitcher Trevor Cahill threw about 25 pitches to teammates Phil Gosselin and Jace Peterson in batting practice Saturday as he looks to stay sharp in preparation for his season debut Tuesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

"He looked good, man," Peterson said. "Three- or four-pitch mix, all for strikes. I’m exciting to get him in the rotation."

The Braves didn't need a fifth starter the first time through the rotation, and while Cahill was available to pitch out of the bullpen this week, he has yet to see game action.


Eric Stults, Trevor Cahill earn final two spots in Braves' rotation


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/4/2015) Eric Stults, a non-roster invitee to spring training, was named the Braves' No. 4 starter in the rotation, and he'll make his season debut on April 10 at home against the Mets, manager Fredi Gonzalez announced Friday, per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Stults, 35, owns a 1.89 ERA and has held opponents to a .250 batting average in five games (one start) this spring. The left-hander will make his final start of the spring Saturday against Baltimore. He'll make $2 million this season for cracking the Opening Day roster.

"He's been a guy, you look at his track record, the last couple of years he's pitched close to 200 innings," Gonzalez said. "You look at his starts and you look at his quality starts, he gets you deep into games. You need those guys on the staff, who get you some innings."

Trevor Cahill, who was acquired from Arizona in a trade on Thursday, has been named the fifth starter. Cahill, 27, allowed four earned runs in 10 innings of work this spring. He'll make his regular season debut with the Braves on April 11.

"... We feel like we got a guy with a lot of upside," Gonzalez said. "He's 27, good sinker, he'll pitch in our ballpark, which is a little more forgiving than Arizona. Get that sinker back and he can really help us."


Braves acquire Trevor Cahill from Diamondbacks


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/2/2015) The Braves have acquired pitcher Trevor Cahill and cash considerations from the Diamondbacks in exchange for outfielder Josh Elander, the teams announced Thursday.

The Diamondbacks are expected to send about $6.5 million to Atlanta in the deal, MLB.com reports.

Cahill made the All-Star team in 2010 and finished that season with an 18-8 record and 2.97 ERA. He hasn't been able to reach that level since, and he went 3-12 with a 5.61 ERA and 105:55 K:BB ratio in 110 2/3 innings last season. He'll likely be ticketed for a spot in Atlanta's rotation to open the season.

Elander spent his second season at the high-Class A level last year, hitting .219/.319/.328 with two home runs, 21 RBI and six stolen bases in 137 at-bats.


D-Backs, Braves have had trade talks regarding Trevor Cahill


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/2/2015) The Diamondbacks have had trade talks involving starting pitcher Trevor Cahill, sources told The Arizona Republic. However, the Diamondbacks would likely have to pay for half of Cahill's $12 million salary.

The Diamondbacks have spoken to the Braves about Cahill, CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reports. The deal would be a partial salary dump for the Diamondbacks.

Heyman reported March 2 the Diamondbacks let it be known they would trade Cahill. Heyman also said the Diamondbacks put outfielder Cody Ross and second baseman Aaron Hill on the trading block.

The latest developments with Cahill, however, come on the same day Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale said Thursday the team hasn't ruled out putting prospect Archie Bradley in the rotation, even though they announced their Opening Day rotation plans earlier this week.


D-Backs' Hale says Archie Bradley still in mix for rotation spot


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/2/2015) Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale acknowledged again Thursday the team is still considering Archie Bradley for the rotation, even after announcing its rotation plans earlier this week, per The Arizona Republic. The Diamondbacks' Opening Day rotation consists of Josh Collmenter, Jeremy Hellickson, Rubby De La Rosa, Trevor Cahill and Chase Anderson.

Hale said Bradley has "really made the decision tough on us" following a strong spring campaign. Bradley went 3-2 with a 1.61 ERA in six spring outings (four starts). He had 14 strikeouts in 22 1/3 innings.

Hale added the team has not talked about a six-man rotation. Also, putting Bradley in the bullpen as a long reliever remains an option as well.

Bradley was a consensus top-10 prospect heading into 2014, but struggled last season and has taken a slight tumble down the rankings this season. Baseball America has him ranked as the 25th-best prospect and MLB.com has him at No. 15 heading into the season.


D-Backs starting rotation features Chase Anderson, Trevor Cahill


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(3/30/2015) The Diamondbacks announced that Chase Anderson, Trevor Cahill, Josh Collmenter, Rubby De La Rosa and Jeremy Hellickson will fill out the five-man rotation to start the season

With Cahill and Anderson making the rotation, Daniel Hudson will move to the bullpen. According to MLB.com, a final decision on the order of the rotation has yet to be determined.

However, Collmenter is expected to start on Opening Day and De La Rosa is the most likely candidate to pitch the second game. Hellickson is slated to start the third, leaving the coaching staff a decision to make on which games Anderson and Cahill will start. 


D-Backs' Cahill feeling good despite so-so minor-league outing


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/27/2015) Diamondbacks starting pitcher Trevor Cahill allowed four runs in 5 2/3 innings during a minor-league start Thursday, according to The Arizona Republic. Cahill, who is competing for a spot in the rotation, said he pitched better than his stat line indicated.

"I was able, for the most part, to keep the ball on the ground," he said. "I felt like I didn't make too many mistakes and the ones I did, they hit. That's going to happen."

Cahill, who has a 4.50 ERA through three spring starts, said he feels better about his command and ability to repeat his delivery than in past years.

"I think the misses are a lot better," he said. "They're competitive misses. They're not yanks in the other batter's box. Most of the misses are down, which leaves less room to get hurt."


Diamondbacks' Trevor Cahill could be in line for spot in starting rotation


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/15/2015) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill threw a strong four innings Sunday in a "B" game, allowing just two unearned runs, leading manager Chip Hale to hint that he could be in the starting rotation when the season begins, reports MLB.com.

"I was able to get my offspeed [pitches] over for strikes, which was promising," Cahill said. "I feel early on in camp, I wasn't able to throw a changeup or a curve except in the dirt. So that was good."

Cahill adjusted his mechanics in the offseason, trying to fix his arm angle on delivery.

I felt like it was consistent," Cahill said of his arm angle Sunday. "I felt like from the get-go it might have been a touch lower, but it was consistent the whole time. Some days I think, no matter what, I'm just going to go wherever I'm comfortable and try to maintain that. As long as it's not dropping as the game goes on and it is consistent from the first pitch to the last pitch, I'll be happy with that."


Diamondbacks manager impressed with Trevor Cahill, Archie Bradley


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/10/2015) Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale is liking what competition for a spot in the starting rotation is bringing him, reports MLB.com. Tuesday, Trevor Cahill and Archie Bradley both threw in Arizona's game against the Athletics and liked what he saw from them.

"Trevor threw some good pitches," Hale said. "He was up a little bit early on and got a little bit quick, but the second inning was really good. His stuff was pretty good. There was some progress."

Cahill was a bit nervous in his first inning of work.

"First inning, I kind of got some jitters out, and then I was able to kind of calm down. I think the best thing was I was able to get some offspeed [pitches] over for strikes, which was tough last game," Cahill said. "With the different arm slot, I just had to set my sights a little different, so I was able to kind of figure out where to aim it to get it over for a strike."

Bradley felt confident throughout, allowing one run over his 2 1/3 innings.

"I felt like I threw the ball well," Bradley said. "A little uncomfortable out of the stretch, but overall I felt like I threw the ball very well."


Diamondbacks' Trevor Cahill shows off new mechanics


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(3/5/2015) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill showed off his new mechanics against the Rockies on Thursday. 

Cahill gave up two hits and one walk over two scoreless innings of work. The 27-year-old came into camp competing for a spot in the rotation, but has impressed thus far. In order to make the club, Cahill overhauled his mechanics. After his first start, he came away encouraged. 

"I could definitely tell there is some stuff," Cahill said. "Just where I have to set my sights on pitches has to change a little bit, because the ball doesn't run as much."

Cahill posted a 5.61 ERA over 110 2/3 innings last season. 


Diamondbacks impressed with Trevor Cahill early into camp


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/3/2015) Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale told reporters that if pitcher Trevor Cahill throws in games the way he has early into workouts, he'll be breaking camp in the starting rotation, per the Arizona Republic. Hale's comments comes a day after CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reported that Arizona was open to trading Cahill since he's not a sure lock to make the rotation.

Diamondbacks open to trading Cahill, Ross, Hill


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/2/2015) The Diamondbacks have let it be known that the team is open to trading pitcher Trevor Cahill, outfielder Cody Ross and second baseman Aaron Hill, CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reports.

Diamondbacks general manager Dave Stewart indicated Monday that he has not spoken to teams about any of the three players.

Hill is expected to open the season as the team's starting second baseman, while Ross is likely to compete for at-bats in left field. Cahill is not a lock to open the season in the team's rotation even if he remains on the Diamondbacks.


Diamondbacks' Trevor Cahill sporting a new throwing motion


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(2/23/2015) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill is sporting a new throwing motion this spring, according to azcentral.com.

Instead of throwing from his normal three-quarters slot, Cahill is throwing over the top now. With the move, Cahill is hoping his delivery is easier to repeat, and that should lead to better command. 

Thus far, Cahill is drawing rave reviews. "The ball has been very electric out of his hand so far," manager Chip Hale said. Despite the positive words, Cahill is waiting for opposing hitters to tell him whether the switch will work. "You don't know if it's good or not until a hitter steps in," Cahill said. "They'll let you know."

The 26-year-old Cahill posted a 5.61 ERA over 110 2/3 innings last year. 


Trevor Cahill knocked around Saturday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/20/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill turned in a rough performance Saturday against the Rockies. 

Cahill gave up five runs on 10 hits over five innings. He struck out eight and did not issue any walks during the performance. Corey Dickerson proved to be a problem for Cahill. He tripled in a run in the first inning to open the scoring. Dickerson wasn’t involved in the third inning, when the Rockies managed to plate three runs during the inning. He did, however, strike in the fifth. Dickerson clubbed a solo home run off Cahill, plating the fifth run of the game.

With the loss, Cahill dropped to 3-12. He’ll take on the Cardinals in his next start. 


Trevor Cahill's struggles continue in no-decision


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/14/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill struggled Saturday, but the offense bailed him out in an 8-6 win over the Padres.

Cahill lasted just four innings in the game, as the Padres jumped on him for four runs. He allowed five hits and a pair of walks, while striking out seven batters on 64 pitches before leaving the game.

Cahill has allowed 18 runs over his last four starts, as his ERA has risen to 5.38 and his record has tumbled to 3-10. He will try to end the slide when he takes on the Rockies Saturday in his next scheduled start.   


Trevor Cahill loses third straight


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(9/7/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill lost his third straight start Sunday as Arizona fell 7-2 to the Dodgers. Cahill (3-11) gave up three runs on just two hits in 5 2/3 innings, but one of those hits was Adrian Gonzalez's three-run homer. Cahill walked four and struck out four.

Cahill hasn't lasted six innings since Aug. 20. It's unclear when he'll make his next start.


Trevor Cahill walks six in loss vs. Padres


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/1/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill took a loss Monday, giving up three earned runs on five hits and six walks in four-plus innings while striking out five in his team's 3-1 defeat against the Padres.

Cahill (3-10) walked at least one batter in each of the first four innings Monday, and he was pulled after giving up a single and a double to start the fifth, with both runners eventually scoring. He owns a 5.06 ERA and 83:46 K:BB ratio in 90 2/3 innings. Cahill is scheduled to face the Dodgers Saturday.


Trevor Cahill slammed for eight runs in loss vs. Dodgers


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/27/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill took a loss Tuesday, allowing eight earned runs on six hits and three walks in 3 1/3 innings while striking out three in his team's 9-5 defeat against the Dodgers.

Cahill (3-9) surrendered a two-run home run in the top of the first inning, but things didn't get hairy until the fourth, when he walked the first two batters of the frame before recording a strikeout. It would be his final out of the day, as the starter gave up five straight singles in succession before being pulled. Cahill owns a 5.19 ERA and 78:40 K:BB ratio in 86 2/3 innings. He's scheduled to face the Padres in San Diego Monday.


Trevor Cahill gives up two runs in no-decision vs. Nationals


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/20/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill didn't factor into the decision Wednesday, allowing two earned runs on six hits and four walks in 6 1/3 innings and striking out five in his team's 3-2 loss to the Nationals.

Cahill was on the hook for the loss before the Diamondbacks offense scored two runs on an eighth-inning home run. He's now turned in five straight quality starts and owns a 4.54 ERA and 75:37 K:BB ratio in 83 1/3 innings. Cahill is scheduled to face the Dodgers Tuesday.


Trevor Cahill turns in a quality start Friday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(8/15/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill turned in a quality start Friday against the Marlins.

Cahill allowed two runs on six hits over 6 2/3 innings. He struck out three and walked three during the outing. Cahill ran into trouble during the first inning. Cahill gave up three singles to open the game, scoring one run. He gave up one more hit during the inning, plating the second run. After that, Cahill mostly settled in. He nearly ran into trouble in the third after walking two batters, but was able to get out of it. 

With the win, Cahill improved to 3-8. He'll take on the Nationals in his next start.


Trevor Cahill strikes out seven in win vs. Rockies


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/9/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill earned a win Saturday, allowing three runs (two earned) on four hits and two walks in seven innings and striking out seven in his team's 14-4 victory over the Rockies.

Cahill (2-8) gave up two runs in the top of the first, with the second one coming on his own error, making the run unearned. He then gave up another run in the top of the third to fall behind 3-1, but the offense picked him up with a three-run blast in the bottom half of the inning. Cahill owns a 4.86 ERA and 67:30 K:BB ratio in 70 1/3 innings. He's scheduled to face the Marlins Friday.


Trevor Cahill strikes out seven in no-decision vs. Pirates


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/3/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill wasn't a factor in the decision Sunday, giving up just one earned run on seven hits and one walk in seven innings and striking out seven in his team's 3-2, 10-inning win over the Pirates.

Cahill gave up a run on a groundout in the second inning  before locking down the Pirates offense over the remainder of the start. While he did enough to earn his second win of the season, the bullpen blew the lead in the eighth inning. Cahill owns a 5.12 ERA and 60:28 K:BB ratio in 63 1/3 innings. He's scheduled to face the Rockies Saturday.


Trevor Cahill posts quality start in loss vs. Reds


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(7/29/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill recorded a quality start in Tuesday's loss, surrendering three earned runs on seven hits in six innings while striking out three and walking none in his team's 3-0 defeat against the Reds.

Cahill (1-8) is still looking for his first win since rejoining the rotation, but Tuesday's start was just the second time in seven starts he's managed to complete six innings. He owns a 5.59 ERA and 53:27 K:BB ratio in 56 1/3 innings. Cahill is scheduled to face the Pirates Sunday.


Trevor Cahill gives up seven runs in loss vs. Tigers


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(7/23/2014) Diamondbacks pitcher Trevor Cahill took a loss Wednesday, giving up seven runs (three earned) on eight hits in four innings and striking out three in his team's 11-5 defeat against the Tigers.

Cahill (1-7) gave up a two-run double in the second inning and completely came apart during a five-run fifth, though a one-out error loaded the bases and allowed the Tigers to score four runs with two outs in the inning. He owns a 5.72 ERA and 50:27 K:BB ratio in 50 1/3 innings. Cahill is scheduled to face the Reds Tuesday.